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As the seasons change, so does our skin. Factors like cold air, dry indoor heating, low humidity and moisture-stripping products can leave skin rough, itchy and irritated. Using fragrance free and gentle soap, shortening your shower and moisturizing after showering can help your skin stay healthy. 

How to: Caring for your skin during winter

As the seasons change, so does our skin. Factors like cold air, dry indoor heating, low humidity and moisture-stripping products can leave skin rough, itchy and irritated. Using fragrance free and gentle soap, shortening your shower and moisturizing after showering can help your skin stay healthy. 


Letter from the editor: Learn how to find balance

As I enter into the editor-in-chief position, more than anything, I'm feeling hopeful. In my personal life, I'm hopeful that I'll learn to balance my work with my play, and as an organization, I'm hopeful The Daily Gamecock will continue improving and serving its community.